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Mustaqbill (Future) foundation provides an opportunity for persons related to different beliefs to converse the matters of shared concern and work together in order to promote the co-operation, understanding; recognizing common problems facing communities across the faith restrictions as well as distinguishing the problems of socially excluded and marginalized groups. We deliver a range of services to reduce crime and reoffending across England and Wales.

Our aim is:

1) Community Cohesion
2) Rehabilitation of ex-offenders
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Community Cohesion

We promote community cohesion and religious harmony through:
• Working together to foster understanding and cooperation between the faith communities
• Increasing the understanding of positive role and thinking that the faith communities can play in a society
• Advance public knowledge and mutual understanding
• Assisting and advice on faith related matters
• Access to local, regional and national faith resources
• Help with conflict resolution
• Engaging young people by providing them with training around self awareness, faith, democratic system, campaigning, peace, employment, training and education

Rehabilitation of Ex-Offenders

We deliver a range of services to reduce crime and reoffending across England and Wales:
• To provide faith and culturally sensitive peer support services to young Muslims in the UK
• To prevent re-offending and provide assistance for them to improve their quality of life and engage more fully within the wider community • To engage, train and develop young people in providing a platform for peer support in the community
• To challenge the barriers, stereotypes and taboos which prevent young people from accessing support either in the community or mainstream services so that no young person is forced to endure their problems in silence
• To help those from community, who by committing offence risk losing the support of their families and the local people where they live
• To provide practical, emotional and spiritual support by trained staff, both employed and volunteers to assist offenders, families of offenders and those subject to community orders with their resettlement needs

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